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Shopping Saigon

L'Usine's industrial-chic shop on Dong Khoi Street in Saigon

Photo: Brown W. Cannon III

Vietnam's most frenetic city is a trove of great finds. T+L opens its little black book. Read the article

Destinations: District 1 · District 3

Themes: Luxury Travel · Shopping

Inspired by: Saigon's Best Shops — by Niloufar Motamed, Published Oct. 2010

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    Villa Anupa

    Locating Villa Anupa, hidden down a slender lane off Le Thanh Ton Street, is a challenge; even harder is deciding which of Anupa Horvil's butter-so... More
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    Verlim Interiors

    The shop's two rooms abound with perfectly curated antiques and Art Deco reproductions such as a sexy, low-slung mahogany club chair for just $400.... More
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    Racks of candy-colored Indo-chic dresses (from $120) fill the sleek pink-and-black space. Traditional Asian silhouettes are modernized and delivere... More
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    Thuy Nga Design

    At this minimalist shop tucked under the Beaux-Arts Municipal Theater, graphic primary-color classics are reminiscent of Michael Kors; a crimson sa... More
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    Than Thuy

    Parents of little girls thank heaven for Than Thuy, an unassuming shop packed to the rafters with adorable gingham dresses with Peter Pan collars, ... More
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    Massimo Ferrari

    For dapper menswear—think Seize Sur Vingt—look for the unfortunately named Massimo Ferrari, a narrow boutique in treelined District 3. Custom-made ... More
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    Stepping into L’Usine is a whole other sensory experience: the light-filled industrial space (polished concrete floors; exposed beams) holds a café... More
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    Kin Boutique

    Bespoke couturier Nguyen Cong Tri fashions runway-worthy satin and silk frocks at ready-to-wear prices (a floaty, turquoise chiffon dress for under... More
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    MG Decoration

    This friendly store—one of many similar cotton shops on Le Thanh Ton—ranks as one of the street’s best. The accommodating staff, which speaks halti

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    Catherine Denoual Maison

    Owner-tastemaker Catherine Denoual’s shop in the towering Saigon Centre mall, features delicately embroidered sateen bed linens in rich chocolates,

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    Valerie Gregori McKenzie, a French clothing designer based in Saigon, sells her breezy resort wear (sundresses, tops, and sarongs in soft cotton, s

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    Gaya, Ho Chi Minh City

    The white-on-white Modernist building that houses Gaya makes a dramatic first impression (yes, those are giant fountain-pen nibs on the façade). In

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